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Electronic Timer, 7-Day, SPDT, 120-277 V

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  • Item # 3FWZ4
  • Mfr. Model # EI600WC
  • UNSPSC # 39121523
  • Catalog Page # 445
  • Shipping Weight 0.3 lbs.
Country of Origin ChinaCountry of Origin is subject to change.
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Technical Specs

  • ItemWall Switch Timer
  • Type1-Pole/3-Way
  • Min. Time Setting1 min.
  • Max. Time Setting7 days
  • Max. On/Off Cycles40
  • Voltage120-277
  • Watts1800 to 4155
  • Amps20
  • HP @ 120V1
  • HP @ 240V2
  • Type of SwitchElectronic
  • ColorWhite
  • Length (In.)6-5/16
  • Width (In.)1-3/4
  • Depth (In.)1-9/25
  • StyleWeekly
  • Battery TypeLithium
  • StandardsUL Listed (917), CSA Certified (LR3730)
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Wall Switch Timers
Compact timers replace standard wall switches. Include manual On/Off override.
UL Listed and CSA Certified.

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Rated 3 out of 5 by Nice timer, automatically calculates dusk/dawn based on your location. Auto DST too.But it won't fit on a 2-gang steel box cover. The yolk doesn't have breakaway tabs. You have to cut it to make it fit.Other than that, did everything I needed. November 27, 2012
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Electronic Timer, 7-Day, SPDT, 120-277 V
Item # 3FWZ4
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Incomprehensible watts labeling. does 1800-4155 mean different max in different situations, or does it mean that i can't use it below 1800 watts, as i suppose i can't use it below 120v? I never heard of minimum watts before.
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According to the manufacturer, those wattages are maximum loads. At 120v the maximum load is 1800w and at 277 the maximum load is 4155.

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I want to run my times from 7 am to 6 pm monday threw friday, and 4 hrs on saturday and off on sunday?
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you can have up to 60 different on off times per week. this also calculates dawn and dusk times for automatic adjustment of those times. that means you don't have to mess with it as the days get longer and shorter over the course of the year.

So, yes, this will do what you need...
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